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Here’s some interesting—depending on how you define the word “interesting”—news for Bachelor Nation: Amanda Stanton is writing a tell-all memoir entitled It Feels Good To Stick Up For Yourself. Who could have seen that coming? All of us.
According to Amanda, the book will contain “a little bit” about her relationships with Josh Murray and Robby Hayes, which leaves me wondering…wtf else will be in the book? Parenting tips for when you’re on four reality dating shows? A step-by-step guide to being incredibly basic? Pictures of The Twins? Unclear.
Amanda also promised that her book will be more “positive” than the shade fest that was Andi Dorfman’s book. Amanda told E News, “I am still a very positive person and whatever relationship drama I’m going through, I always do try to be positive. At the end of the day, my book is going to be more positive than some tell-all trashing people.”
First of all, replace the word “positive” with “boring” and I think you’ll have a way more clear picture of what Amanda was trying to say here. Second of all, aren’t you the girl in my feed posting photos of her ex-sort-of-boyfriend cheating on her attached to cryptic Taylor Swift lyrics? Is that not you, Amanda? Lmk, because if its not, you’ve been seriously hacked by someone who fucking loves Taylor Swift. Honestly, weirder things have happened.
Speaking of the whole Robby/Amanda debacle, is that what It Feels Good To Stand Up For Yourself is referring to? Because if so, might I suggest changing the name to It Feels Good To Roast Your Shitty Ex On Social Media For MY 154K Adoring Followers. It’s not as catchy, but I think it better expresses what you’re going for.